Wisconsin: Big mining experiment fades away

Kenosha News: Wisconsin's great test of whether environmentalists and iron miners can be friends, or could at least live together in peace, will have to wait for another time. Gogebic Taconite, the company that planned a huge iron mine in northwestern Wisconsin, announced Friday that it was closing its office in Hurley and that the mine, which was projected to employ up to 700 people, was "unfeasible at this time, ' according to a brief item by the Associated Press. In an interview with the Milwaukee Journal......

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